21 Jul 2004
SOFTWARE SEARCHES WITHOUT BEING ASKED
Worth trying except that we have very few n/c’s in office running 2000 or XP
Enclosed writ up could have important implications on our
® Headhunting business
® Database creation
If interested in experimenting, I suggest that instead of each one of us separately downloading this freeware, let Reena download it once, and then install it once, and then install it on the PC’s of all those interested in experimenting.
Software Searches Without Being Asked
Index of the files on your computer’s hard drive. Internet explorer Web browser. Then visit any old website. The program has examined the words on your Web browser’s home page and run them through an algorithm that tries to figure out what you’re reading about. It chooses the words that it deems relevant and submits them to Blink’s Internet search service.
It checks that index to see. If you’ve already got files related to subjects on the page.
Click the preview to read the entire file.
The software also interacts with e-mail messages displayed.
“Implicit query” a computer should implicitly recognize what matters to the user, without having to be told, and use that insight to provide still more useful data.
Pointing out internet resources you never would have noticed.